While studying educational psychology at the University of Connecticut, Zach Loavenbruck engaged in a variety of outdoor recreational activities. An avid explorer of mountain bike trails in the state of Connecticut, Zach Loavenbruck counts among his favorites the 10-mile Meshomasic State Forest bike path, conveniently located near the state’s capital, Hartford. The path alternates between steep ascents and descents; users must exercise caution, however, as the trail includes sections that allow motor vehicles. Another favorite of Zach Loavenbruck's is a nine-mile bike trail located in Pachaug State Forest. For mountain bikers in the eastern part of Connecticut, this trail, shared by hikers and horseback riders, features a gentle incline. Enthusiasts can access it 15 miles east of Norwich, just off Interstate 395. Zach Loavenbruck also enjoys kayaking. In addition to its physical demands, Zach Loavenbruck enjoys the tranquility of nature he finds while engaging in this solitary activity. In addition, Zach Loavenbruck remains a skilled baseball player, and plays in the Boston Men's Baseball League for players over the age of 30. In 2008, Zach Loavenbruck achieved a batting average of over .400. Currently a musician in the Boston, Massachusetts, area, Zach Loavenbruck possesses an extensive musical skill set. Among the many instruments he plays are the melodica, the Jew’s harp, and the piano. Zach Loavenbruck has also contributed to various bands as a talented vocalist.
- Liaison International
: 06/2006 -
Coordinator of Training & Organizational Support
Provided training and professional development for all employees, processed applications for schools of health professions, provided customer service and client support, delivered product trainings for clients, delivered product trainings for customers, served on Recruitment Committee.
- University of Connecticut
: 01/2003 -
Professional Development graduate work
- Pace University
: 08/1999 -
Secondary School Teaching
Master's of Science for Teachers
- University of Rochester
: 08/1995 -
Staff Writer/Cartoonist for the Campus Times; Musician in 2 bands: Jangowood & The Trouble Muddy Jamboree; I graduated Dean's List with a 3.05 GPA. I also worked for the Wilson Commons student union as the Student Custodial/Info Desk Foreman.; Balanced Man Award